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Fragments That Fit

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Hating Luc Davin is easy. Working for him? Shoshi's only hope.

When Shoshana Glass lands an interview for a senior position at a top venture capital firm, she can't believe her good luck. Until she’s dismissed before even saying hello. It might be that she’s underqualified. Or maybe turning down Luc Davin’s drunken advances the night before did the trick.

When she calls him out, Davin wastes no time cutting her down to size. Not finished humiliating her, he then offers her a different job—as his personal assistant. Shoshi knows she should walk away. But being able to afford luxuries like food and heat trumps any remaining shreds of her pride.

Shoshi’s determined to make the most of this opportunity and walk away on her terms: with a résumé boost, a stronger network, and a cushion of savings tucked away. All she has to do is survive Davin's mind games.

So if Davin thinks he can chew her up and spit her out, he's got another thing coming. This is Shoshi's last chance to turn her life around, and not even the worst boss ever will stand in her way.

Fragments That Fit is a standalone romantic women's fiction novel, perfect for fans of Kristan Higgins and Colleen Hoover. With a strong woman struggling to find her way, a romance she never saw coming, and the boss you’ll love to hate, this is one heartfelt story you won’t want to miss!


Published January 28, 2022

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Aria Glazki

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Aria Glazki's first kiss technically came from a bear cub. Though no fairytale transformation followed, she still believes magic can happen when the right people come together—if they don’t get in their own way, that is. So now Aria writes heartfelt stories about relatable people overcoming real-world obstacles to build love that lasts. Sometimes she adds a magical twist. 💕

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2,162 reviews10 followers
February 18, 2022
There where several important themes going on in this book - anti-Semitism, making amends, forgiveness and seeing the value in others even when they don’t want you to.

The book wasn’t what I was looking for (a romance) but it is a good book that kept my interest and made me think and feel. Luc evoked the greatest range of emotions and was written very well for what his story was.

Shoshi was very interesting, too. I especially admired her professionalism when it really wasn’t warranted. What she goes through ultimately leaves us with a satisfying conclusion.

I received an advance copy of this book to read. This is my voluntary review.
97 reviews4 followers
March 25, 2022


So, as a Jewish person this book really hit on many aspects of being Jewish in an Christian society that are very often ignored. I enjoyed how really real this book felt, very often romance books feel unrealistic, and over the top (and we absolutely love that) but this book felt, very real, down to earth, and felt as if it could have been happening to you.

Shoshana is a young woman down on her luck, who finally gets an interview after years of not being able to get into her chosen field. Of course, as soon as she walks in Bosshole extraordinaire states that she isn’t the right fit, but offers her a different job. I really liked how the book wasn’t forgiving to Luc (the bosshole) for how he treated Shoshi, and the development of their relationship was quite realistic, especially as we learn about Lucs tragic back story.

I wish there were a few more interactions that showed the chemistry between our main characters, but this quote is a very pleasant slow burn.

Overall I absolutely enjoyed and would recommend!

I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
2 reviews1 follower
February 7, 2022
I love Glazki's writing - her style is smart and sweet, with strong (and diverse!) characters and a love story that pulls you in. It is realistic and complex and still gives you the satisfaction of a happy ending. If anybody doubts that you can be a feminist and love romance novels, this book will prove you wrong! This story pulls you through so many emotions and takes you on a journey - perfect escapism to cuddle up with on a cold day. Just like her other books, I read it all in one sitting and couldn't put it down!
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February 4, 2022
I immediately fell in love with Shoshana, and just couldn't put the book down. I needed to know what would happen to her, and what the frick the deal with her boss (Luc) is. The way the story unfolds is simply gripping.

The characters are fully-fleshed, their struggles, poignant, and the ending, so utterly satisfying. On top of all this, the narrative writing is just so well-done, almost cinematic.

What a good escape.
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February 19, 2022
The author does a great job catching the readers attention right from the start. The story was well written. The main character was someone that the reader could root for. I am a new reader to this author and I am impressed. I am now a new fan also.

I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
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April 5, 2022
I enjoyaed this book. It was nice and I enjoyed how the main character was on the older side. The romance is awesome. I enjoyed the sexy times. The book is very well written. .
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February 9, 2022
I loved this book. It was an intriguing read. And a new author, for me. I got a copy of the book. And am voluntarily leaving my review.
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22 reviews
December 9, 2022
This story was different from my usual genre, but it was such an enjoyable read. Glazki's writing style quickly pulled me into the life of Shoshana Glass, who is also called Shoshi or Shana, and kept me invested in Shoshi's endeavor to get her life back on track by accepting a position to work as Luc Davin's assistant.

Shoshi is a strong, resilient character who has faced many trials, which include anti-semitism, the loss of her parents, a former shady company that went under, and her own financial struggles. Despite these trials, she continues to give people the benefit of the doubt and pushes through in hopes of living a better life for herself. Shoshi was an inspiring character, and I loved seeing her growth and her confidence bloom.

The chemistry between Luc and Shoshi had a realistic build-up throughout the novel. I liked how their hostility toward each other did not simply disappear when Shoshi began working for Luc. As a boss, Luc went out of his way to be unrelenting and a bit of a tyrant to Shoshi, and I love how his actions toward her are not excused just because they end up together. Glazki does an amazing job of fleshing out her characters, which made them relatable, vulnerable, and understandable.

I thoroughly enjoyed Fragments that Fit, so I rate it a 5/5 stars. I am thankful to have had the opportunity to read and review this novel.

I received this ARC of Fragments that Fit in exchange for an honest review.

Fragments that Fit was published on January 28, 2022, and it can be purchased on Kindle.

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